pnc routing number
PNC bank is owned by PNC Financial Services Group Inc. that was created in 1852. In the end of 2011 this corporation possessed more than $270 billion worth of assets. This bank conducts regional banking franchise operations, serves companies with specialized financial businesses, partners with government entities and runs leading Turnkey Asset Management Program. PNC bank is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The bank is the fifth largest in the US by the number of its total branches, the sixth largest by the amount of its deposits and total assets and the third largest by its number of off-premise ATMs. In 2011 the bank had more than 51.8 thousand employees. Bank’s revenue in 2011 reached more than $14.3 billion with net income of more than $3.07 billion. PNC bank operates more than 2500 branches in 19 states and Washington D.C.
PNC routing number is a bank code that consists of nine digits located at the bottom left corner of the checks issued by PNC bank. The code is used to sort, bundle and ship the checks back to their writer’s accounts. Routing numbers are also called RTN (Routing Transit Number) numbers or ABA (American Bankers Association) numbers. They are allocated to US financial institutions by American Bankers Association and are essential for making domestic and foreign money transfer operations and online transactions. PNC bank possesses different routing numbers for 11 US States of Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and District of Columbia. These numbers are allocated based on the state where customers opened their accounts with PNC. On this website you can find PNC Routing numbers for 11 US States and District of Columbia or you can download the complete list of PNC routing numbers from sidebar.